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Editing Output Settings

If you're familiar with Photoshop and ImageReady's set of nested Preferences dialogs, the Output Settings dialogs will be just as easy to work through. Choose File, Save for Web and then choose Edit Output Settings from the Settings pop-up menu to change how Save for Web handles slices, HTML, the filename, and any background image associated with the file. In ImageReady, use the File, Output Settings command to access the Output Settings dialog.

Unless an image has been sliced, normally you save only the image itself from Photoshop's Save for Web dialog. Generating an HTML web page for a single image is possible, but unless the image will be posted as a standalone web page, there's no need to create the HTML in Save for Web. In ImageReady, you need to save HTML with any artwork that has been sliced, has rollovers, or is an animation. Figure 12.17 shows what the source code for such a sliced photo might look like.


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